Walking in West Cork

With a summer like the one we had this year no wonder I haven’t posted a single photo…

At the start of September I went for a 3 days walk around from Skibbereen to Adrigole: the weather was with me, I couldn’t have been more blessed, and here is the proof.

Day one: from Aghadown do Bantry

Day 2 from Bantry to Glengarriff – via N71, back roads and a bit on the Beara Way

Day 3 spent in Glengarriff, visiting Gairinish Island and the woods. Day 4 Glengarriff to Adrigole

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Farmhouse

Nice gateway – I like the stonework and the wooden sculptures:

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Abandoned farmhouse; would be a great restauration project.

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Bantry bay and town

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Along the N71, Ballylickey:

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Somewhere after Snave, on the Beara Way

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From the highest point of the day – Beara Way

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Rest…

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Good morning!

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Gairinish Island

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The pool tiles

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Not a great picture but need to remember the brickwork…

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Green-blue…

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These Dalhias are the largest I have ever seen:

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And this is the last mile…

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My destination was Passaddhi, not far from the last picture (and if you want to see photos of Passaddhi just click on the link above)

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One Response to Walking in West Cork

  1. viapina says:

    What a wonderful trip and pictures, so originalle! P x

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